At this local mini-chain founded by brothers Paul, Bill and Rob O'Brien in 2001, staffers treat your children like grownups. They get to sit in a real barber chair (no plastic race cars or animals) and chat with the stylist about superheroes, school goals, summer plans and other important things, including how they want their hair to look. The walls at Floyd's are covered with pictures of rock-and-roll and pop icons, so there's plenty to distract parents while their kids get clipped. And with cuts coming in at about $20, those parents won't get clipped in the bargain. Pricing includes all the lollipops a young client can handle.